I was quite excited to get to Georgia as I knew it meant one thing; DUMPLINGS. Anyone who knows me, knows that I have a dumpling problem. As soon as I found the… Continue reading

Gambia (Islamic Republic of the)

Gambia holds a special place in my heart, so although I knew it was going to be a chicken and peanut dish, it didn’t fill me with the usual woe. I’ve been fortunate… Continue reading


When I started researching Gabon and found their national dish was another chicken with peanut thing my heart sank. It’s not that I don’t like chicken with peanut, but it feels like every… Continue reading


For my French meal I opted for a breakfast of croque madame using Comté. Unfortunately the supermarket was out of brioche last night so I had to use regular white bread which wasn’t as… Continue reading


For my Finish meal I made Valkosipulikeitto – Garlic soup using this recipe. It’s very simple to make; chicken stock, beer, potato, and flavourings (cloves, thyme, parsley, bay and nutmeg) are boiled together then… Continue reading


Fijian cuisine has changed considerably in the last 150 years; historically, Fiji has been home to cannibalism, where human meat was called ‘long pig’. Most recently, Fiji has found its food polluted by… Continue reading


See Eritrea! I decided to make some vegetable dishes to accompany my injera and doro wat. I used spring greens instead of collard greens as we had them in the fridge already. The… Continue reading


We were lucky enough to visit Tallinn, Estonia, last Christmas; it’s a stunning city and the Christmas markets were beautiful. I remember seeing and eating a lot of smoked pork products; the husband… Continue reading


Eritrea gave me a dilemma; It’s next but one in my UN members list to Ethiopia and as far as I can tell from reading around there is little if any difference between… Continue reading

Equatorial Guinea

I did a bit of reading, as always, about Equatorial Guinea in general before researching food. It’s another West African country, on the Guinea coast, though further south than some of the other… Continue reading